Fairy Tales resource bundle. Includes PowerPoints, Reading Activities, and Writing Activities. Includes handouts, writing paper, and graphic organizers. All my fairy tale unit activities now in one place at a discount.
The Fairy Tales PowerPoint will introduce your students to the main characteristics and story elements of fairy tales, such as magic, royalty, characters, lessons and more.
The Folktales: Myths, Legends, Fables and Fairy Tales PowerPoint will help you teach folktales and traditional tales: myths and fables, legends and tall tales, and fairy tales. The slides discuss differences between myths and legends, tall tales, fables, and fairy tales.
Somebody Wanted But So Then. Fairy Tale Story Map can be helpful as a reading summary guide or a writing graphic organizer.
The Fairy Tales Story Pattern will help students write fairy tales! This is a simple story frame or story pattern that can be used to help students write their own fairy tale. They can fill in the blanks to create a story sketch, which they can then elaborate and expand on to create their own personal fairy tale.
Fairy Tales Elements Graphic Organizer and Reading Activity includes a handout about fairy tale characteristics and examples, with informational text about Hans Christian Andersen and the Brothers Grimm. The Elements of a Fairy Chart is a great activity for discovery learning. Students read 5 fairy tales out of the fifteen suggested choices and mark with an x the elements and characteristics of fairy tales they find in their stories.
Fairy Tale Homophones is a fun practice worksheet identifying homophones in famous fairy tales.
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